We went to this old Chinese coffee shop on Sunday for lunch since we wanted to do some Christmas shopping in the city.
This Chai Suan Soon used to be my favourite Sunday lunch place during my younger time. Now seldom go there because as you know, parking is an issue and pretty crowded during the weekends.
As we drove to the city that day, hubby and I wanted to have pork leg rice for lunch so we decided to come to this place. Lucky star was on our side as we were able to find a good parking spot right in front of this corner coffee shop.
My girl had kolo mee pok which she said was nice. I never tried its kolo mee stall before.
RM2.50 bowl of kolo mee pok
Hubby ordered a 3-persons share of pork leg rice (RM26.00) with 3 plates of white rice. Expensive, I know.
The pork leg black gravy used to be thicker and more fragrant in the past but now it was a bit diluted. The belacan dipping still tasted good. Nothing to shout about the curry gravy. In the past, I did not dare to touch the pork legs and innards but now I have upgraded to eating pork leg. Still no innards for me. ^^
This old coffee shop has underwent a lot of facelifting and they have homestay on their first floor. You also get to see many old decorations and old antiques on display. Now they even sell some of Kuching's famous snacks and food like bird's nest, rice crackers and peah.
I was more interested in this Hacks' tin can. ^^ Where to find this tin can?